Don’t let sidling up solo to a table intimidate you. Whether you’re traveling or just want to try a new restaurant, it’s possible that the whole experience might be better if you’re alone. Why? You’ll likely get a front row seat at the bar or by the pickup window, and watching your cocktail or meal come together is worth putting your phone down for.
But what’s in a perfect solo dining experience? Look for a conversational, welcoming staff that can sense if you want to talk or be left alone, a menu that’s less about shareable plates and more sized for a single person and, of course, excellent food. Below, find 15 of the best places in Boston and just a bit beyond to enjoy your meal alone.Read More